Nine Council members said they were "horrified" and "sickened" by an Inquirer/Daily News investigation revealing years of violence and sexual abuse at Philadelphia's only residential treatment center for...
The company recently laid off some school staff and central office workers amid a fiscal crunch prompted, it said, by a Philadelphia School District action. It also proposed amending employees' pay schedule to save money.
The 77-year-old suffered a heart attack, then crashed into two parked cars and a tree.
Trains on the Regional Rail line were halted shortly before 6 a.m. due to overhead wire problems.
A 25-year-old officer was charged, the department announced.
In an attempt to save their son from death row, the parents of the convicted murderer testify about their failings as parents, their son, and their own marital problems.
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - House Republicans on Tuesday pushed ahead a set of changes to how alcohol is sold in the state, moving to privatize wholesale wine and spirits sales and expand the retail outlets where booze is available.
A federal judge in California has temporarily blocked a portion of President Trump's executive order that was designed to pull federal funding from such jurisdictions.
How does the NFL draft actually work? Do people watch it on television? And who the hell is Mr. Irrelevant?
If three of the witnesses to the police shooting of Philippe Holland weren't lawyers, he would have been just another unarmed citizen shot by police.
For all of Philly’s history, neighborhood soul, and cultural energy, few things define the city to the world quite like the museum steps made famous 41 years ago by a fictional boxer.
For decades, Lynn Gold-Bikin covered the walls of her Norristown office with antique marriage licenses -- reminders that in newly wedded hearts, hope springs eternal, more or less.
The NFL draft is coming to Philadelphia this month, bringing scores of fans and weeks of traffic disruptions around the Benjamin Franklin Parkway with it.
On Monday, the city hit the owner with at least 12 citations for alleged fire and safety violations found at the Frankford building after the raid.
Andrew Cruttenden, 27, will stand trial for the slaying of his aunt, Virginia Cruttenden, 57. Cruttenden's girlfriend, Michelle Waclawski, 36, will be tried for allegedly helping him loot the house.